Categories Archives: 2011

SCCBL 2011 Postseason Rundown

PALM SPRINGS, CA — Saturday night’s SCCBL/OCCL All-Star Game wrapped another exciting season for Southern California Collegiate Baseball League action. The league’s 5th season put on a competitive race for the two coveted playoff spots,

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SCCBL Update: July 5th

With a month of the season gone and just three weeks until the playoffs, the SCC standings remain relatively close. While the Palm Springs POWER hold a three game lead over the second-place Athletics, just five and a half games separate the second (Athlet

SCCBL Mourns Over Loss of Player

Brett Wallis, a right-handed pitcher for the Asuza Pirates, passed away in his sleep Saturday evening. Wallis, a native of Rosamond, CA, completed his freshman year at West Hills College-Coalinga in the spring, appearing in 18 games for the Falcons. The e

SCCBL: Update June 14

The Palm Springs POWER sit atop the SCCBL standings, undefeated through four games of conference play. The POWER have been lifted to the top behind stellar pitching from their reliable arms, like Casey McCarthy, who threw eight innings of two-run ball on

2011 SCCBL Preview

As summer collegiate baseball teams all across the country are in the off season, the SCCBL is in the midst of making great strides to improve the overall league.  On Tuesday, October 19th league general managers and officials met in Riverside, Californi

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